Stuff hits the Earth all the time, but fortunately we have a nice thick warm atmosphere that vaporizes everything smaller than an SUV. Spacecraft have to be specially engineered to survive reentry, and they are only going a fraction of typical interplanetary speeds. We will explore what we know about space junk, and discuss how asteroids could be nature’s way of asking “How’s that space program coming along?” Remember the dinosaur’s answer…
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